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    Dbx Mini Pre

    Hybrid Mic Preamp

    The Dbx Mini Pre is a simple and inexpensive mic preamplifier with phantom power, using a hybrid valve/solid‑state mic...

    Reviews Dec 2001
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    Focusrite Platinum Trak Master

    Recording Channel Processor

    Focusrite expand their affordable Platinum range with a channel strip, featuring an optical compressor and EQ that can be optimised for vocal or instrument usage.

    Reviews Nov 2001
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    PreSonus Blue Tube

    Stereo Tube Preamp

    The Blue Tube preamp accepts both mic and instrument inputs, and lets you add as much tube warmth as you like using real valve circuitry.

    Reviews Oct 2001
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    TL Audio Fat Man Fat 2

    Valve Preamp & Compressor

    TL Audio's successful Fat 1 stereo compressor now has a new sibling with its own built-in mic preamp. Paul White delivers the SOS verdict.

    Reviews Sep 2001
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    Aphex Model 1788

    Remote-controlled Mic Preamp

    Aphex have provided an elegant way to avoid the detrimental effects of long cable runs on delicate mic signals. Hugh Robjohns evaluates the Model 1788.

    Reviews Aug 2001
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    Dbx 376

    Tube Channel Strip

    Dbx's new input channel combines tube processing with their renowned Type IV digital conversion.

    Reviews May 2001
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    PreSonus VXP

    Voice Channel

    Paul White looks at a new voice channel which packs a lot of features into a small space.

    Reviews Mar 2001
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    Yamaha DG Stomp

    Modelling Guitar Preamp

    Paul White tests Yamaha's new rival to the Pod and J Station modelling guitar preamps.

    Reviews Mar 2001
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    Mindprint DI Port

    Stereo Preamp & A-D/D-A Converter

    Martin Walker looks at a handy half-rack unit which could provide an ideal front end for your computer-based recording system.

    Reviews Jan 2001
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    Aphex Thermionics Model 1100

    Tube Mic Preamp

    The application of both traditional principles and some innovative electronic design work affords this dual-channel preamp impressive performance. Hugh Robjohns likes what he hears.

    Reviews Jan 2001
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